|Booktown 9 June 2008 - Eric Tomb|
Eric Tomb talks with two Nevada County historians about their most recent books: with Hank Meals about The River: Hiking Trails and History of the South Fork of the Yuba River; and with Orval Bronson about Launched into Eternity: Lynching and Judicial Executions in 19th Century Nevada County.
Keywords: KVMR-FM book program; books; Booktown; Hank Meals; The River; Yuba River; South Yuba River; Orval Bronson; lynching; Nevada County history
|South Yuba River Trail recreation land acquisition proposal, Folsom District, Nevada County, California - Lockwood, Merdith C|
Prepared by Merdith C. Lockwood and Donna K. Johnson
Keywords: Trails; Outdoor recreation; Recreation areas; Real property, Exchange of; South Yuba River Trail (Calif.)
|Culture Sheds and Watersheds - Shaping San Francisco|
Developing Reciprocal Bio-Regional Culture from the Bay Area to the Mountains of California Join a dynamic panel to discuss the historical and emerging relationships among humans, and between humans and the waterways on which they live. The indigenous peoples who formed bio-regional culture-sheds aligned with natural watersheds in California start our eco-historyâwith particular focus on the Bay Area and delta areas...
Keywords: Watersheds; Culture Sheds; culture; art; cultural politics; restoration; ecology; rivers; riparian; dams; Army Corps of Engineers; salmon; Tuolomne River; Yuba River; Modesto
|Designing Resilient Landscapes March 27 2013 - Shaping San Francisco|
What history teaches us about San Francisco and the Bay-Delta Estuary Ruth Askevold and Robin Grossinger from the San Francisco Estuary Institute present their amazing historical maps and discuss their groundbreaking work in "forensic ecology," which is contributing to restoration efforts and galvanizing public attitudes around the Bay. Derek Hitchcock also joins the conversation to discuss current restoration efforts he is engaged in on the Napa River, as well as contextualizing the Napa with ...
Keywords: San Francisco Bay; coastline; landfill; shellmounds; dikes; berms; riparian corridors; restoration; Napa River; Yuba River; creeks; rivers; forensic ecology; historic maps; rising oceans; climate change
|[Home Movie: Jung Family, 1958-1960]|
Description: The Jung Family lived in San Francisco's Russian Hill neighborhood and created home movies of family outings, picnics, and trips in and around the Bay Area from 1952-1967. Dr. Edmund Dixon Jung (1914-2006) and Dr. Haw Chan Jung (1919-2013) both grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and met attending the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF); both class of 1944. Dr. Edmund Jung was a doctor of internal medicine at the VA Medical Center in Oakland beginning in 1951, and Dr...
Keywords: San Francisco; Bay Bridge; Ferry Building; Legion of Honor; San Simeon; Yuba River; Oroville; gold panning; Squaw Valley; Point Lobos; Solvang; Carmel Valley; tennis; Santa Cruz; boardwalk; home movies; californialightandsound
|Insight-130725: Stockton's Mayor / Driverless Cars / Guitarfish Music Festival / Sound Advice: Blue Dog Jam - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Stockton's Mayor - The mayor of Stockton has been facing intense opposition in recent weeks, and some critics say he's to blame. Mayor Anthony Silva publicly criticized fellow city council members and the city manager ahead of a vote for putting a tax proposition on the ballot for the fall. His comments in that council meeting led to an investigation into allegations he illegally recorded a conversation with the city manager, and now people are talking about recalling Silva less than ten months ...
Keywords: JXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Stockton's Mayor; Anthony Silva, mayor of Stockton; publicly criticized fellow city council members; investigation into allegations he illegally recorded a conversation with the city manager; recalling Silva; Driverless Cars; Automakers and Silicon Valley engineers; self-driving cars; Robocar engineers and safety regulators recently converged at Stanford; regulations; Katie Orr, Capital Public Radio's State Government Reporter; safety testing; Guitarfish Music Festival; camping; third Guitarfish Music Festival; Lake Tahoe; three-day festival; musical acts performing at Cisco Campground; Yuba River outside Truckee; Sound Advice: Blue Dog Jam; Sound Advice; Nick Brunner, Blue Dog Jam Host; Mean Lady; The Octopus Project; Chelsea Wolfe, Sacramento-native